You can improve patient care with cleansers that help maintain hygiene in a clinic, first aid station, care facility or hospital. Whether you're cleaning your hands between patients, preparing skin before an injection or caring for wounds, these cleansers can help reduce the chances of dangerous infections. Cleansers with moisturizers can help prevent skin from drying out during frequent use, and an array of dispensing options from wipes to sprays can let you tailor hygiene procedures to your specific needs.
Bottles of isopropyl alcohol and hydrogen peroxide may make it simple to keep skin and surfaces free of germs, and you can easily dispense just the amount you need onto paper towels, cotton balls and swabs. You can clean minor cuts, burns and abrasions without having to open a new package each time, and store the unused portion at room temperature in your medical office within easy reach. Bottles of hand antiseptic and canisters of hand wipes can help ensure hygiene compliance by making it easy to sterilize hands before interacting with patients, and large wipe dimensions can be used to apply the cleanser to both sides of your hands with just a few swipes. Stock up on large bags of foaming hand cleansers to keep a reliable supply within reach for all medical personnel at your facility.
Wound cleanser sprays may help prevent infection after an operation or procedure, and spray bottles make application more convenient than traditional washing with water and soap. You can spray these cleansers directly onto the wound site to remove slough without damaging healthy tissue surrounding the wound, then dress the wound as needed to limit access to outside contaminants. No-rinse formulas can help reduce cleaning time, and soothing, non-irritating components such as aloe vera helps ensure maximal comfort during the wound cleaning process. You can pick a compact bottle that slips into your uniform pocket or fits onto a shelf in a patient's room to simplify transport and storage, and choose between spray and stream dispensers to get the optimal flow for the type of wound you're treating. Perineal skin cleansers are specifically formulated for care of sensitive body areas. You can order bulk cases containing six or more individual bottles to allocate a specific bottle to each patient and reduce cross-contamination risks.
In emergency situations and during routine out-of-office medical care, it's essential to have quick access to the patient care supplies you need. Antiseptic towelettes with antibiotic ointment can let you treat minor injuries and abrasions in the field. Individually wrapped alcohol swab sticks and prep pads can help prevent contamination and ensure that you can follow proper hygiene protocols anywhere. You can stock up with bulk packs of 100 to 3,000 individually wrapped alcohol swabs to clean skin before routine insulin injections or blood testing. Sterile packaging can help keep the contents moist and ready for use, and the small individual packs of topical antiseptic can fit easily into a first aid kid, pocket or travel bag.